Saudi Arabia: Egis, the leading global engineering consultancy, has announced the completion of its strategic acquisition of Omrania, a renowned architectural and engineering consultancy in Saudi Arabia. This significant move is set to play a pivotal role in supporting Saudi Arabia's ambitious vision to diversify its economy, enhance its local talent pool, and modernize its infrastructure and cities.
Egis’ acquisition of Omrania aligns seamlessly with Saudi Arabia's Vision 2030, a strategic framework to reduce the country's dependence on oil, diversify its economy, and develop public service and private sectors. By integrating Omrania’s local expertise and deep understanding of the Saudi market with Egis's global experience, the partnership is poised to contribute significantly to key projects across various sectors, including the built environment, urban development, and cities infrastructure.
Both Egis and Omrania are committed to sustainability and responsible development. This collaboration is expected to set new standards in eco-friendly and sustainable engineering practices, in line with Saudi Arabia’s environmental goals.
With the addition of nearly 700 professionals from Omrania, Egis in the Middle East will expand to over 3,000 talented individuals. This strategic move builds upon Egis' recent acquisition of U+A, bringing significant weight to their dynamic Architecture Line and reinforcing Egis' position as a leader of the sector in the Middle East.